For a bride-to-be's family, Saturday's happenings didn't feature vows, toasts or the newlywed couple parading out of the ceremony's entrance.
CAMBRIDGE, Ontario — A mom's open letter to an anonymous skateboarder who taught her young daughter how to skateboard at a local park has gone viral.
Over the course of interviewing 10,000 people in five years for his "Humans of New York" blog, creator Brandon Stanton has garnered 15.6 million Facebook followers with some of the project's entries being shared over 73 million times, according to the New York Daily News.
Violence between Arabs and Jews in Israel has increased recently — but one restaurant is hoping a hummus-heavy proposition can make the two groups unite, according to Quartz.
In a way, the 1980s were a golden age of charity campaigns. American televisions became saturated with the pull-at-your-heartstrings displays of “We Are the World” and the star-studded Live Aid concert, which raised $150 million to combat famine in Ethiopia.
Disney Pixar's latest short film, "Sanjay's Super Team," features a few firsts both on-screen and behind the story.
U.S. Secretary of Treasury Jacob Lew sent a letter to Congress last week, warning lawmakers that the government will run out of cash “no later than Nov. 3,” if the debt ceiling is not raised.
FOSHAN, China — Real or Photoshopped? Cloud formations in China in early October appeared to show floating cities in the sky.
In 1992, the National Bureau of Economic Research began a 10-year study of the personalities of 1,420 low-income children in western North Carolina.
The likes of Bob Dylan, Audrey Hepburn and John F. Kennedy probably didn't set goals to have droves of newborns named after them, but because of culture's influence on baby names, that's what happened.
Within the next year, diners at 13 New York restaurants will no longer have to calculate tip amounts in their heads and through clever smartphone apps.
When fast food workers in New York City went on strike in 2012 for a $15 minimum wage, it was seen as a futile effort for a radical proposal. Their employers didn't budge.
For fans of "Nashville," Hayden Panettiere's recent announcement she's seeking treatment for postpartum depression seems familiar.
If given the opportunity to replace the frustration of teaching a child math with the comfort and fun of reading a bedtime story, most parents would opt in quickly.
Even if teens can't lift their gazes from their screens, they at least know some romantic traditions prove important in today's relationships, according to new Pew Research Center data.
When Judy Brown rushed to the hospital Wednesday, she assumed the pain she faced was the byproduct of a gall stone or "massive blockage" in ...